Good Morning Mix: Camelphat take dark tech house jaunt at Creamfields UK

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“Cola” supplants morning coffee when Camelphat come through for a Good Morning Mix.

A near one and a half hour effort, Camelphat’s recent Creamfields UK set douses tech house in dark tones. The electronic duo mix a series of moody selections that delve into deeper territory, and once there, continuously flow forth at a lower pitch. Looping vocal overlays guide the set’s consistent, shuffling rhythm, while conservative hits of bass interspersed among the cuts further grounds the showing.

CamelPhat steps in for an intriguing remix of Paul Woolford’s ‘Hang Up Your Hangups’

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While Drake’s “In My Feelings” has claimed an early title for pop’s song of the summer, the latest from producer and DJ Paul Woolford is set to take that trophy for underground house. Woolford, an artist who has his hands in a variety of electronic sounds as alter egos Bobby Peru and Special Request, struck gold with “Hang Up Your Hangups.” While it premiered earlier this summer with an Annie Mac stamp of approval, the infectiously groovy original, seemingly amazing enough as it was, felt like the pinnacle of the summer’s releases for any fan of deeper material. But the track has gotten a re-up thanks to house’s duo of the moment CamelPhat, and proved us all wrong in their impressive remix.

The Grammy-nominated “Cola” producers prove their talent matches up with their hype with their remix of “Hang Up Your Hangups.” Entrancing synths paint a mesmerizing soundscape that any tech house or progressive fan can appreciate. Its layers prove the versatility of the original and CamelPhat’s understanding of the electronic landscape.

Camelphat and Ali Love team up on ‘Dopamine Machine’

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Rising tech house duo Camelphat have seen a rapid ascent over recent years, with their track, “Cola,” acting as 2017’s unofficial “song of the summer” and a full-on launchpad into notoriety. It’s still widely rinsed on dancefloors today. Not long after, they sealed in their celebrity with “Panic Room.”

“Dopamine Machine,” featuring established vocalist Ali Love, is the pair’s newest powerhouse single, and its catchiness most certainly rivals other winning singles they’ve put out while serving as a nice follow-up to their recent Essential Mix.

Staying true to their roots, Camelphat layer Ali Love’s entrancing vocals over a deep, grooving house beat. With a driving bass line and spastic percussion, they’ve constructed a raunchy beast of a track that is likely to make large rounds throughout the festival season.

 

NMF Roundup: MYRNE takes on Diplo & MØ, Minnesota gets heavy in outer space, Unlike Pluto continues with a surprise string of releases + more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.


At 20 years of age, Finnish newcomer Alinsky has created a prominent sound that carried over from his harder dance beat days on SoundCloud to more emotional pop-friendly productions. “Traces,” featuring IOLITE, is proof of this evolution.


VALENTINE & Rob Araujo team up on a glitchy, funk-infused ballad, “Embrace,” featuring rap/hip-hop versing from patches. The result is a lighthearted track that is quirky and wildly unique.


Lowly Palace is a known place for captivating chill/melodic tracks that lure listeners into gripping and emotional compositions. Newest from the collective comes an effortlessly beautiful track, “I’m Sorry I’m Gone,” by Midoca & badXchannels.


MYRNE has taken on Diplo, MØ & GoldLink’s “Get It Right.” It was only a matter of time before the Mad Decent-supported producer took on something of Diplo’s — and the result is a completely revamped track with energizing twists and turns.


Long-time crowd favorite Culture Code is finally back, and the pair has just released their first track working together again as a duo, titled “Crazy Love.” The song is a bouncy summer single with a happy-go-lucky appeal.


Unlike Pluto is one producer whose unique indie productions turn heads upon every new release. The Atlanta-bred, LA-based producer has been releasing mix-“packs” of singles that have been making his fans scratch their heads. Newest in that line of releases is his third track “pack” release in less than a month, consisting of “JOLT” and “WHY.”


Andrew Rayel has teamed with Corti Organ and Max Cameron to release an epically euphoric new single, dubbed “New Dawn.” The progressive track is sure to get big room crowds soaring to their highest of heights.


New Orleans-based experimental bass duo sfam has been gaining notoriety with their quirky sound sampling and left-field composition directionality. The producers have been steadily releasing a plethora of tunes, with the newest arriving July 6, “fresh produce,” along with fellow rising LA producer UNTITLD.


Hot off the decks from Tchami’s CONFESSION label comes a 2-track project from Bellecour’s minimal/tech house vault. Check out the duo’s new Propeller EP.


Just a few months off a statement making EP on WAKAAN, trap producer Minnesota releases a heavy new composition on Outer Realms. The track, dubbed “Final Frontier,” was a previous ID from many of his sets over 2018. Brace yourselves, this one needs subs to make out those lows.


DA favorite William Black has released another emotional upbeat ballad, “Hallucinate,” featuring the beautiful vocals of Nevve.


Dzeko has branched away from his progressive house duo to release “Try Not To Love You” with Aspyer. The track features the same energetic progressive builds as a typical Dzeko & Torres track with some new surprises.


British duo CamelPhat are up to their usual psychedelic tech-house games with a new project, dubbed The Solution, featuring two tracks that will each take listeners on a journey in their own right.


JETFIRE and Karmatek team up for a Eastern-driven commerical house single, “Living on the Edge.”

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Jonas Rathsman remixes CamelPhat & Au/Ra’s hit “Panic Room”

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CamelPhat went from rising duo to watch to putting out one of the most well-known singles of the year in 2017. In fact, their track with Elderbrook entitled “Cola” turned out to be the most Shazamed song of the year.

Of course, pressure to follow up such a hit was immense, but the UK outfit had something in their arsenal that fit their emerging musical brand in style and emotion. “Panic Room” ensued, and with vocals from Au/Ra, it maintained their sound of the underground with a note of catchy accessibility. Now nearly seven million streams later, “Panic Room” has officially entered the remix market with its first done by Jonas Rathsman.

Rathsman’s version of “Panic Room” brings the darkness to which the song’s title alludes, integrating techy and percolating synths throughout. It’s out now via Loudmouth Music.

Watch the sunset with Franky Rizardo’s remix of Tinush’s ‘Struggle’

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Watch the sunset with Franky Rizardo's remix of Tinush's 'Struggle'

Dutch DJ Franky Rizardo provides the perfect summer house vibes on his remix of “Struggle” by Berlin-based producer Tinush. This is the first of four official remixes on the Sydney imprint Astrx, receiving early support from Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. Rizardo has a history of reworking some powerful hits, including Marian Hill‘s “Down” and Camelphat & Elderbrooks’ “Cola.”

This sunset mix includes subtle beats, light piano riffs, and a feel-good vocal sample, all the inner-workings of some perfect background music for those twilight moments. Keep an eye out for remixes by fellow Aussie artists Hawksburn (July 6) and Kormak (July 13).

Stream/download the remix from Beatport here or stream below. Intriguingly, Rizardo has a second remix of “Struggle” — an acidic take — set for release June 29.

Eric Prydz’s HOLO show is nothing short of awe-inspiring

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The famed intricacy of Eric Prydz‘s live production ascends to new heights in HOLO, the latest hologram tech project that Prydz will showcase over a few select dates this year.

Prydz fans in attendance at the June 3 Glasgow event — notably the first show of 2018 that utilized the HOLO tech —got a first look at HOLO and the latest hologram enabled visuals that Prydz has added to the concept. A series of fan videos taken in Glasgow offer those unable to make the performance a sneak peek of what can be expected in the HOLO shows set to unfold this year.

HOLO garnered praise from audience member, Camelphat, who declared the production to be of a caliber unlike anything he’d ever seen before.

Both the videos and the collective fan responses to HOLO seem only to further beg the rhetorical question “is there anything that Prydz can’t do?

H/T: EDM Sauce

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Relive Camelphat’s impressive Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1

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British DJ/producer duo CamelPhat are a creative match made in heaven for deep house enthusiasts. When the long-running duo of Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala met while indulging their shared youthful obsession over vinyl at Liverpool’s 3B Records, little did the pair know that a Grammy nod was in the cards for their rare pop crossover club hit, “Cola” — which has now gone platinum after dominating the charts in 2017.

Following their b2b set with Solardo at EDC Las Vegas recently, the duo now brings their impressive BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix to fans for repeated listening pleasure. The two-hour mix stands as a testimony to Camelphat’s expert curation and penchant for vibrant house music, as the duo moves through Adriatique‘s “Voices From The Dawn,” Catz ‘N Dogz‘s remix of Claptone‘s “Under The Moon,” and, of course, a handful of their own singles in “Dopamine Machine” and “The Solution.”

View the official tracklist here.

Someone Recreated CamelPhat’s ‘Cola’ Using Actual Coca-Cola Cans

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Ever since CamelPhat and Elderbrook’s “Cola” dropped back in June of 2017, the song has gone viral and leaving everyone wanting more. “Having become a byword for quality house music, remaining at the #1 Beatport spot for over a month with their last record, the name CamelPhat and the cult status of the mysterious duo

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Insomniac fills out robust 2018 EDC week with over 25 artists and 14 new shows

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Insomniac added over 25 new artists and 14 events to the fifth annual EDC week in Las Vegas, coinciding with the festival’s 22nd annual installment. 

In doing so, the festival welcomes 14 signature party experiences during the week of May 16–23, including the hardstyle focused Basscon Pool Party and two dubstep-fueled Bassrush parties, along with a variety of diverse headliners throughout the week. New programming includes a vast array of parties across the cities hottest nightclubs, including Elephante, Porter Robinson, NGHTMRE, Gryffin, Hot Since 82, Illenium, Yellow Claw, and many more.

Full programming details, more information, and tickets are available here.